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This colorful infinity scarf is made with bulky, self-striping yarn to create an effortless, retro chevron pattern. The stitches used are double crochet, dc2tog (explanation in pattern), and chain. It’s so fun to watch the chevron stripes take shapes as you crochet this quick project! The scarf is worked flat and then the two ends of the scarf are sewn together. Can be made in less than 2 hours and is suitable for beginners with a bit of experience.
The yarn I use for this project is Charisma, by Loops and Threads. It is sold at Michaels craft stores. The yarn is self-striping, so you don't have to change colors to create the chevron stripes.
You will need two skeins of Loops and Threads Charisma yarn, a size P - 11.5mm crochet hook, and a yarn needle for sewing the two ends of the scarf together and weaving in the ends.
The scarf is 30 inches long (60" around) and 7 inches wide. It easily loops twice around your neck.
This listing is for a pattern only. You will not receive a finished scarf.
If you are interested in purchasing a finished Chevron Infinity Cowl Scarf, here is a link to my shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/kathyscrochetcloset